- Jun 4, 2020
“The Two Popes,” the latest attempt to tell the story of Pope Francis’s relationship with his predecessor Pope Benedict XVI, is as much an imaginary conversation as an honest attempt to convey how the two leaders actually interacted.
A system is only as good as the people who use it. This seems to be true with the TV Parental Guidelines, put into place 20 years ago with the help of the so-called “V-chip” installed in every TV that would allow parents to block certain programming based on its content.
Binge-watching can be fun, but it can also take a toll on one’s health.
A new study from the University of Michigan warns that the popular–and controversial–Netflix show “13 Reasons Why” could influence teens who are considering suicide.
National Catholic Partnership on Disability discusses how to use a television series focused on serious issues to discuss them with teenagers.
When it comes to filmmaking inside the square or on Vatican property, only the Secretariat for Communication decides who gets the green light. They prefer documentaries.